#1**-3 **

all you have to do is put it in the calculator silly!!!

Look if you want a square root, type sqrt(Number)

If you want a cubed root, type sqrt3(Number)

I've done five for you:

A:15.8113883008418967

C:11.6189500386222507

E:4

G:6.3245553203367587

I:14.6969384566990686

Hope this helped

-DBZ

DivideByZero Feb 28, 2019

#2**+2 **

The key to these square roots is to factor the number with the largest square possible

For the cube roots...the largest cube possible

a sqrt ( 250) = sqrt (25 * 10) = sqrt (25)*sqrt(10) = 5 sqrt(10)

b ∛(250) = ∛ [ 125 *2 ] = ∛125 * ∛2 = 5 ∛2

c sqrt (135) = sqrt ( 9 * 15) = sqrt(9) * sqrt (15) = 3sqrt(15)

d ∛135 = ∛ [ 27 * 5 ] = ∛27 * ∛5 = 3 ∛5

e sqrt (16) = 4

f ∛16 = ∛8 * ∛2 = 2∛2

g sqrt (40) = sqrt(4) * sqrt (10) = 2sqrt(10)

h ∛40 = ∛8 * ∛5 = 2∛5

i sqrt (216) = sqrt (36) * sqrt (6) = 6sqrt(6)

j ∛216 = 6

k sqrt (108) = sqrt (36) * sqrt (3) = 6 sqrt(3)

l ∛108 = ∛27 * ∛4 = 3∛4

m sqrt ( 56) = sqrt (4 * 14) = sqrt (4) * sqrt (14) = 2sqrt (14)

n ∛56 = ∛8 *∛7 = 2∛7

o sqrt (480 = sqrt 16 * sqrt 3 = 4 sqrt(3)

p ∛48 = ∛8 * ∛6 = 2∛ 6

CPhill Feb 28, 2019